Ford Mustang

Cars.com selects Smart ForTwo, Chevrolet Malibu as worst, most improved cars of the decade

Cars.com selects Smart ForTwo, Chevrolet Malibu as worst, most improved cars of the decade 9Best and worst cars lists are subjective, which make perfect sense since they’re compiled from a subjective industry. Who makes the best cars? Who makes the worst cars? Who knows?

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Ford Mustang Tops List Of Young Drivers' Most Wanted Cars

Ford Mustang Tops List Of Young Drivers' Most Wanted Cars 10ForbesAutos.com is among my favorite automotive sites. It reviews cars like other sites, but what I really like is the site’s lists. Among the most recent compilations is the list of the cars young drivers (under age 21) want most.

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Ford Mustang (Convertible), 2008: Weidel on Wheels

Ford Mustang (Convertible), 2008: Weidel on Wheels 11With no responsibilities on a recent sun-drenched Saturday afternoon, the candy-apple red sports car seemingly recognized my surprising block of free time and the 2008 Mustang Convertible and was beckoning for some action.

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Ford Debuts Mustang (Again) To Honor Steve McQueen's Driving Legend

Ford Debuts Mustang (Again) To Honor Steve McQueen's Driving Legend 12Approaching three decades since his death, Steve McQueen remains the “King of Cool,” most notably when it involves cars, motorcycles and high speeds. The latest homage to McQueen will occur Nov. 16-25 when Ford Motor Company introduces  a special edition Mustang to honor the 1968 vehicle McQueen drove in the movie Bullitt.

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